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  • Lobbying: connections, appearances & results

    Lobbying: connections, appearances & results
    Ask one thing about lobbying in Florida, and several more questions come up. At issue now – click on the link in the right hand column – is proposed legislation in Tallahassee. It would ban county elected officials and municipal officials...
  • Lawmakers move to tighten lobbying rules, but exempt themselves

    Lawmakers move to tighten lobbying rules, but exempt themselves
    Declaring themselves fighters for clean government, Florida senators voted unanimously to stop local elected officials from moonlighting as paid lobbyists who try to influence other government officials on behalf of their clients. But they don't want to...
  • Turning back Time at Stonewall Museum's Wilton Manors gallery

    Turning back Time at Stonewall Museum's Wilton Manors gallery
    In Time magazine's March 9, 1962 cover story on Key West resident Tennessee Williams, three of the playwright's dramas are singled out for addressing homosexual desires. Yet the article labels Williams' lover of 15 years, Frank Merlo, as "his longtime...
  • The marimba master

    The marimba master
    It's the official instrument of Guatemala, and Janis Potter plays the heck out of it. The instrument is the marimba, and Potter, from Tampa, will showcase it during a free concert 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Hagen Park Community Center in Wilton Manors...
  • Curtain up for Delray Square

    Curtain up for Delray Square
    Theater, like everything else, is all about location, location, location. That is the case of Delray Square Performing Arts, a new non-Equity stage theater that opened on the site of a defunct cinema fourplex on West Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach....
  • Big steps for Stonewall

    Big steps for Stonewall
    The Stonewall National Museum and Archives is writing a new chapter. Already the largest circulating library of gay literature and periodicals nationally, the Fort Lauderdale center is now aiming for more: with a new "Dear Abby" exhibit; the launch of a...
  • FOOD

    FOOD
    Dining Out for Life: What started as a small fundraiser in Philadelphia in 1991 has grown to a nationwide, one-day blowout to raise much needed money for people with HIV and AIDS. In Broward County, 14 restaurants have signed on to participate with all...
  • Happy Hour of the Week: Naked Grape Wine and Tapas

    Happy Hour of the Week: Naked Grape Wine and Tapas
    Wine connoisseurs should bring their own corkscrews when they check out the sweet deals at Naked Grape Wine and Tapas, where wine bottles are half-off on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. During happy hour, house wines and bubbly cost $5. Small plates such as...
  • Bruce Vilanch and Judy Gold bring double-bill act to Lauderdale

    Bruce Vilanch and Judy Gold bring double-bill act to Lauderdale
    Comedians Judy Gold and Bruce Vilanch are the perfect couple. Sure, she’s a lesbian, and he’s gay, but the two have formed an act called “Big & Tall with Bruce Vilanch and Judy Gold,” which will open this weekend’s LGBT...
  • Fort Lauderdale's Seiler opposes Panthers request

     Fort Lauderdale has been silent so far on the Florida Panthers hockey team's request for about $80 million in hotel bed taxes to help keep the team afloat. But Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jack Seiler brought up the Panthers' request at the Feb. 18 conference...
  • Smartwater Distribution in Miramar on Saturday

    Smartwater Distribution in Miramar on Saturday
    The Miramar Police Department is the latest South Florida law enforcement agency to announce it's trying out the liquid known as SmartWater CSI, used to permanently mark valuables and, for a short time, the burglars who touch them. The agency says it...